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already have a 18 cents tax and most states have a gas tax in california 64.8 cents per gallon and you don't see the economy suffering, and the consumers and seen 1.50 jump in gas prices. what this would probably do, we don't have it on paper is pay for things like road repairs and necessary things like that. why is it good? it encourages innovation, car pooling, people to kind of watch, and conserve frankly we have to think about the national security issues and conservation. >> nan: kevin, i know you don't agree with this one. >> no, i can't believe that a gas tax could be the answer to the fiscal cliff or anything else, more taxes not the answer here, and the stronger economy, but this is really a tax on the middle class, and people who drive our trucks and our car and deliver our food and everything else, this is going to tax them directly and already, as pointed out in california, over 65 cents a gallon at the tank for federal and state tax and new jersey the highest in the country and some of the states would be crushed, people cannot afford more, taxes from every direction, 55% esta
, wondering how you get there. it stays with you. when people across the country, people in california, they have been through massive gas spikes so it is national. a lost challenges in terms of infrastructure. we do not have an energy policy or infrastructure and it brings the issues to the front page. what is interesting the impact may not be felt until the next jobs report because we know we will see layoffs, we will see consumers closing their wallets. that is looming on the horizon. for now it is a function or feel bad economy days before the election. when the election is this closesten if it is not the presidential election it could be a congressional or senate seat that is critical. both candidates said they were on top of it and people getting used to the long lines, and it could have nothing to do with the president or the gaffe they are pissed and when that happens and they are waiting in the long lines and they say both of you said things are getting better and we are on top of this, it does not look like being on top of everything. >>guest: the whole country was crying out
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